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Zippo Crackle Lighter
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- Genuine Zippo windproof lighter with distinctive Zippo "click"
- All metal construction; windproof design works virtually anywhere
- Refillable for a lifetime of use; for optimum performance, we recommend genuine Zippo premium lighter fluid, flints, and wicks.
- Made in USA; lifetime guarantee that "it works or we fix it freeTM"
- Fuel: Zippo premium lighter fluid (sold separately)
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As the title signifies, "Rhino Liner for your Zippo" is what I expected when I bought this lighter. For the most part, that is the case, but in other ways it is not. Yes it does have a gritty texture to it, but it is not rough feeling in the least, in fact it is smoother (or more slick) than a chrome style Zippo. With my Black Ice Zippo when I hold it in my hand I feel as if I have a good grip on it, if I get my thumb and start from the bottom of the lighter and slide it to the top, the case feels as if it has some grip to it (as long as my hands aren't greasy or something). With the Black crackle if I slide my thumb from the bottom to the top, it slides very easily and has virtually no grip on the lighter whatsoever. If you have anything in your house that is painted with a matte black style paint (that has a rough texture), that is basically what this lighter feels like. And it has significantly less grip than a chrome style Zippo.
Now the look of the lighter is great. It's all black with that rough looking texture, simple yet beautiful. I may actually like the look of the Black Crackle more than I do my shiny Black Ice Zippo. And this thing is 100% fingerprint proof and likely very scratch resistant.Read more ›
I wanted a black zippo this time, and tried the "black stainless steel" model. If your lighter sits in your pocket with anything else like keys, pocket knife, or the like, it will mar the pretty new black surface of your lighter. Not that anyone expects them to stay pristine, but that's just the way it is.
Enter: the black crackle zippo.
I have read in other reviews that this is a re-make of some WW-something era covering, and I believe it. The surface is VERY durable--mine's been put through the ringer and it still looks like it is brand new. (Had it for a few months but carry it every day.) The coating doesn't feel like it's even close to flaking off, and it makes the lighter and the hinge action a little heavier and more solid, which I also like. Oh, and it has survived multiple drops on cement with no marks whatsoever.
Overall, terrific lighter. The butane insert fits perfectly in it as well, in case you aren't a fan of the old school fluid, but that's up to you.
No matter what you're up to, adventuring, construction, vacation, or just need a regular carry, this is the one I'd pick several times over. Enjoy!
I like the "bakelite" finish. Pretty durable. Zippo also offers this same Black Crackle finish in a 1941-Replica model also.
Nice solid 'click'. Classic Zippo build quality. Zippo offers these now in an amazing range of finishes.
I know I don't need to explain or praise Zippo here. It's THE classic American lighter, since before WW2. Great info and company history on Wikipedia.
Compare this with the 1941-model black-crackle Zippo and see which you prefer. Or hey, get both.
You don't have to smoke to love Zippo's. Hope this is helpful. Enjoy!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I'm a pipe smoker and a WWII history buff. I love the historical significance of this lighter and the quality of build materials. Read morePublished 16 days ago by R. B. E.
This was a gift from a friend of mine. I got to choose it and do not regret my decision. Its glossy finish is wonderful I even feel bad about using it in fear of it scratching and... Read morePublished 26 days ago by Thomas Parker
Not a smoker but bought this because you never know when there may be an instance where you need a lighter. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Altima 07